With Llandysul being situated in Ceredigion, but also close to Carmarthenshire and northern Pembrokeshire, there is always an event or two happening where you can be guaranteed a chance to practise your Welsh.
Here are some of the highlights for November 2017:
- Wednesday 8th – Tyhai – Indo-Celtic group performing in the Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen
- Saturday 11th – Gŵyl Cerdd Dant – a festival of traditional Welsh song and dance at Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul
- Friday 17th – Noson Lawen yn Y Sied, Mwnt – evening of entertainment with a choir and members of local Clwbiau Ffermwyr Ifainc
- Monday 20th – Mwgsi – a new drama by Manon Steffan Ros in Theatr Felinfach, Dyffryn Aeron
Of course, there are also walks in the area with groups such as Cerddwyr Cylch Teifi, who walk for a couple of hours on the second Saturday of the month between October and June, and all the conversation is in Welsh.
There are also places such as the National Wool Museum where staff speak Welsh and you can relax in the café if the weather should discourage walking, and conversation groups in various different nearby locations.